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Diary of a City Priest

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David Morse
Thomas Ryan

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In spite of twenty-four years of experience, Father John P. McNamee (David Morse) still feels inadequate as a Catholic Priest serving in a troubled Philadelphia neighborhood.

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Why Is Diary of a City Priest Rated PG-13?

Diary of a City Priest is rated PG-13 for brief language

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For a better understanding of the Catholic Church, and the process of sainthood, check out the National Geography Society’s documentary Inside The Vatican. Another story of a man trying to serve his God can be found in The Other Side of Heaven.

Canadian Movie Ratings

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Canadian Home Video Rating: NA

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